A place for storing whole blood or plasma under refrigeration.



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DRY DOCK

An enclosed basin used to place a ship on dry land so that all the submerged parts and fittings can be repaired.

ASSEMBLY STATION

Place on deck, in mess rooms, etc., assigned to crew and passengers where they have to meet according to the muster list when the corresponding alarm is released or announcement made. Muster station

BERTH

A sea room to be kept for safety around a vessel, rock, platform, etc., or the place assigned to a vessel when anchored or lying alongside a pier,etc.

LIFEBOAT STATION

Place assigned to crew and passengers where they have to meet before they will be ordered to enter the lifeboats

MOOR

To secure a vessel in a particular place by means of chains or ropes made fast to the shore, to anchors, or to anchored mooring buoys, or to ride with both anchors down

MUSTER

To assemble crew, passengers or both in a special place for purposes of checking

RECEIVING POINT

A mark or place at which a vessel comes under obligatory entry, transit, or escort procedure

STATION

The allotted place or the duties of each person on board

DEW POINT

The temperature at which condensation will take place within a gas if further cooling occurs.

CARGO SHIFTING

Movements or changing positions of cargo from one place to another which can easily endanger the seaworthiness of the ship

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